I went to Home Depot and purchased some wooden fence posts. Each cross needs three posts. The employee at Home Depot was kind enough to cut the posts for me. The side pieces are 13 inches long from the tip of the post to the cut. I then got some mending brackets to affix the two cross sides to the center post.
Now that they are completed, I set them in the garden to "ferment" if you will to add some patina and get them ready for spring garden sales. In the meantime, I saved the rest of the scrap pieces of the fence posts that remained after everything was cut. I'm making garden signs out of those, and I'll share them this week.
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P.S. Yesterday I announced the winner of the Ramsign give-away. Marilyn Gray, you are the winner! Please contact me at email@example.com with your email address.
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